New to the team this year are Run Director Major Simon Cote and Army Run Sergeant Major Master Warrant Officer Rob Clarke.
What does MWO stand for?
MWO stands for Master Warrant Officer
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 27 other meanings of MWO in our Acronym Attic
- Man with No Name (band)
- Mackay Whitsunday Natural Resource Management (Australia)
- Mass Warning and Notification System (US Army)
- Mobile and Wireless Networks Security (workshop)
- Multi-Walled Nanotube
- MacWorld New York (Macintosh trade show)
- Meat and Wool New Zealand, Ltd.
- Maganic Wars Online (multiplayer role-playing game)
- Maintenance Work Order
- Maritime Warfare Officer (Australia)
- Material Work Order
- Mech Warrior Online (gaming)
- MechWarrior Online (gaming)
- Mediterranean Wetlands Observatory (collaborative development project)
- Metal Working Oil
- Meteorological Watch Office (aviation)
- Microwave Office (Software simulation; AWR Corporation)
- Microwave Oven
- Militaire Willems Orde
- Military Welfare Office
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a 1988 message, Army established that, pending submission and approval of the new rank of CW5 that Warrant Officers selected by a Department of the Army board and designated as master warrant officer (MW4) would be senior to all Warrant Officers in the grade of CW4.
In 1988, the Army established that--pending submission and approval of the new rank of CW5--warrant officers selected by a Department of the Army board and designated as master warrant officer (MW4) would be senior to all warrant officers in the rank of CW4.
The master warrant officer was an interim rank used by the Army from 1989 until 1992 when the W5 grade was approved.
After completing the Master Warrant Officer Course, Fried served in the 18th MI Battalion, 66th MI Group in Munich, Germany.
However, there are six postings for master warrant officers, six for captains and five for majors, among other jobs for higher paying ranks.
Master Warrant officer Michel Phillipe Frechette (pictured below) was killed in a car crash on February 13th while deployed on a brigade exercise at Fort Pickett, Virginia.
This comments was submitted by a master warrant officer currently serving the Canadian Forces.